Aggressive Advocates With Over 50 years Of Combined Experience

Finding A Plan That Works: Child Visitation

Every parent has a right to spend time with his or her child. It is in the best interests of your children to maintain their relationships with their non-custodial parent.

In order to avoid confusion and misunderstandings that could lead to unnecessary conflict, it is in everyone’s best interests to establish a clear and well-defined visitation schedule through a court order.

The experienced divorce and child visitation attorneys at Gumm & Green, LLP, will address all of your issues related to visitation and find a plan that works.

Contact us online or call us for a free consultation: 818-707-4233 OR 855-707-4233.

Stay In Communication

No matter what the tenor of your relationship with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, the simple truth remains — if you have minor children, your level of communication is going to be even more important than before you were divorced. The success of the parenting plan you develop depends on your ability to communicate over matters concerning you and your children’s schedules.

When Your Relationship Is Contentious

  • We realize that in high-conflict divorce cases direct communication often becomes impossible.
  • At Gumm & Green, LLP , our child custody attorneys work with our clients to devise means of communication (through e-mail, grandparents or another third party) that preserve the well-being of children and ensure their access to both parents.
  • These lines of communication also serve as the foundation for negotiations in the future, regarding modifications to child custody, move-away concerns and other related family law issues.

Work With An Experienced Child Custody Lawyer

With over 50 years of combined experience of aggressively protecting your and your children’s best interests we can find a solution that works for you, too. Contact Gumm & Green, LLP , today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your concerns with experienced California visitation rights lawyers. Call 818-707-4233 OR 855-707-4233.